Scott Dalton

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'''Scott Dalton''' is a designer at Valve.http//valvesoftware.com/company/people.html Biography on Valve's official website

==Biography==
Dalton has been making his own video games since he was about seven. He wrote simple BASIC text adventures on his Apple. He was a ''WikipediaQuake (video game)|Quake'' player who created maps and mods as a hobby. He was also one of the founders of impulse 9 clan. He was a Japanese Language and Culture major at the WikipediaUniversity of Kansas|University of Kansas, but in February of 1998, he dropped out one semester prior to graduation to join WikipediaLegend Entertainment|Legend Entertainment to work on ''WikipediaThe Wheel of Time (video game)|The Wheel of Time''.{{IA|20020827160745/http//fragland.net/?body{{=}}interview&iid{{=}}13|Interview with Scott Dalton|Fragland.net (September 26, 2000)}}

He joined Valve in March of 2004. Aside from level design and game mechanics, he is also specialized in creating particle effects and programming the system that drives them.

==Selected gameography==
*''Half-Life 2'' (2004)
*''Half-Life 2 Episode One'' (2006)
*''Half-Life 2 Episode Two'' (2007)
*''Portal'' (2007)
*''Portal 2'' (2011)

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